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Frank Bonner, ‘WKRP in Cincinnati’ star, dead at 79

Frank Bonner, who played Herb Tarlek on the sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati" has died, according to TMZ. He was 79.

Radio Mans Fave with Blind Faith…

Blind Faith were an English supergroup featuring Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Ric Grech. They were eagerly anticipated by the music press following on the success of each of the member's former bands, including Clapton and Baker's former group Cream and Winwood's former group Traffic, but they split after only a few months, producing only one album and a three-month long summer tour.

Radio Mans Fave with The Collectors…

The Collectors debuted in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1961 as a house band (the C-FUN Classics) for CFUN radio, and renamed itself The Collectors in 1966. The band featured Howie Vickers on lead vocals, Bill Henderson on lead guitar, recorder, keyboards and lead vocals (these last mostly on Grass and Wild Strawberries), Claire Lawrence on tenor saxophone, harmonica, keyboards, flute, organ, recorder and vocals, Glenn Miller on bass and vocals, and Ross Turney on drums and percussion.[3][4]

Just two investment firms – Vanguard and BlackRock – own nearly...

The War is in full swing right now, make no mistake about it. We are in the trenches, defending our rights as natural health advocates, to not be jabbed with dangerous, highly experimental vaccines against our will.

Flashback: Art Bell’s ‘Midnight In The Desert’ – Art Bell at...

Bell was the founder and original owner of Pahrump-based radio station KNYE 95.1 FM. His broadcast studio and transmitter were located near his home in Pahrump, where he also hosted Coast to Coast AM. However, from June to December 2006, he lived in the Philippines.

Max Bernier Interview on Tucker Carlson Show…

Maxime Bernier appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News to discuss his arrest in Manitoba and how Canada is turning into an authoritarian country.

Radio Mans Fave with Canned Heat…

The group has been noted for its efforts to promote interest in blues music and its original artists.

Thursday in Broadcast History .. June 17th…

IT WAS JUNE 17th ..when NBC’s WNBT-TV, channel 4 in New York City, was granted the first construction permit to operate a commercial TV station in the United States… When ‘Suspense,’ radio’s outstanding theatre of thrills, began its 20-year run on CBS… When Seattle’s KOL-FM 94.1 switched from automated background music to “Progressive Rock”… When Vancouver’s CKWX (now News1130) moved to new studios at 2440 Ash Street… ..and when “The Discovery Channel” first appeared on U.S. cable systems. First program was “Iceberg Alley.” ALL the milestones for June 17th INSIDE.

Christian Zyp: “Moving Radio”, on the ‘Sound Off’ Podcast with Matt...

Christian Zyp is a host on Edmonton's CJSR's Moving Radio. But you're not listening to this episode for that

With 25 years of Syndication Under Her Belt! Radio Ink talks...

After traveling the country, working at different radio stations and building her audience, Delilah was syndicated at the age of 36.